Work around the snow

by Brian Zinger on February 6, 2018

It’s finally time for the club to get together again and we have a decent snow storm slated to hit us tomorrow. Since the height of the storm is expected to hit during the time we are normally knee deep in feathers and fur, we are moving the meeting to Thursday night.

The snow won’t stop me as I am finishing up some size #14 princes at home. I’ve also been working on Hare’s ears from a lesson I’ve been giving to Aaron Shamp, Thursday when we meet I’ll be getting started on gold stonefly nymphs.

The stonefly nymph that I’ve been tying over the past few years is a pattern originally tied by Wes Butler. We started using it while he was a guide at Stream and Brook and it out produce any other golds we’ve fished. Particularly killer for targeting winter trout and steelhead.

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